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Running hot shots is one of the easier ways to start your own trucking company. A lot of owner-operators get into the business this way because of the lower cost of equipment. Instead of investing in a big rig, hot shot truckers use sprinter vans, straight trucks, 4x4 pickups with goosenecks, and other smaller vehicles to haul smaller loads.

Seeking out small-truck loads or LTL (less than truckload) loads has a lot of pros and cons, but one of the most confusing things about the business is figuring out what rate you should charge. Long story short: It varies a lot.

LTL Loads vs. Hot Shot Loads

Sometimes people use terms like LTL loads, hot shot, and partial loads to mean the same thing, which adds to the confusion. The traditional way of handling LTL freight is to combine multiple LTL loads until a full-sized trailer is filled with a full truckload. Traditional LTL carriers usually price each individual LTL load based on its freight class and how much trailer space is required.

There are 18 classes of freight, based on density, handling, liability and stow-ability. Class 50 freight moves at the lowest rates, because the freight is dense, easy to handle, and difficult to damage. The highest rates go to Class 500 freight, which is lighter but takes up a lot of space.

In the past, hot shot loads meant freight that needed to be delivered quickly and could fit on a removable gooseneck or in a box truck. A lot of hot shot loads come from industries like construction and oil fields, where equipment needs to be moved quickly so it can be used at a different site. 

Nowadays, terms like "LTL" and "hot shot" might be used to describe the same load. You can use the freight class as a starting point to figure out how to price that load, but there's more that goes into the rate. What lane are you running, and how easy is it to find trucks on that lane? How fast does the customer need the load delivered? How hard will it be for you to find a load for the return trip? 

Hot shot rates typically include fuel costs, so you'll need to have a good idea of what your costs per mile are, that way you know how much you'll need to charge to make a profit. 

Where to Find Hot Shot and LTL Loads

You can use a load board like DAT TruckersEdge to find small-truck loads. When searching for loads, you can choose to search for "Full" or "Partial" loads. You can find hot shot and LTL loads by choosing “Partial.” You can also use the load board to find regular customers. If you see that a company posts a lot of partial loads on a lane that you run, you can start building a relationship with them. 

TruckersEdge also shows the average spot market rate that truckers have been paid on each lane. Those rates are for full truckloads, and shippers and brokers with hot shot or LTL loads will mostly expect to pay less than that. You can still use the rates shown in the load board as a guide to know which lanes pay more than others. 

Generally speaking, LTL shipments of 1,000 lbs pay 8-15% of the full truckload rate. Hot shot loads that are short haul or expedited might pay nearly as much as the full truckload rate. On a longer haul, if someone 500 miles away needs two pallets delivered by the next morning, they might be willing to pay $3/mile or more.

Bottom line: Circumstances and geographies vary, which leads to a much wider range of prices out there. Rates for hot shots and LTL loads can be anywhere from $0.80 to more than $4.00/mile, depending on length of haul and other factors. 

Do You Need an MC Number for Hot Shots?

If you're going to cross state lines, yes, you have get your own operating authority before you can legally haul hot shot and LTL loads. So, while the cost of equipment is lower for hot shot carriers, other startup expenses like getting your motor carrier authority will be the same. You'll also have to make sure you have the proper insurance coverage. If you're hauling across state lines, you'll need to file IFTA fuel taxes.

Want to make sure you're compliant? We can take care of the paperwork for you.

 

Find hot shot and LTL loads today by signing up for DAT TruckersEdge, or give us a call at 866.487.8253

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Clientes a,b or c is needed for a gooseneck?

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Cdl I mean

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Class A

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CDL is NOT needed if the GVWR is under 26,000 pounds.  You likely need the F endorsment though ( For-Hire ).
Federal rules not mine!
Example: 1 Ton chassis truck with a 14000 GVWR can not pull a trailer with a GVWR of higher than 12000.  The key letter
is "R" here.  Not only what you weigh that counts but how much could your setup haul. Dumb rule indeed.
Health card is needed as well.
You are NOT required to use IFTA if it stays under 26000.
Under 26000 limits what you can haul but much less headache and insurance.

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Do u now who to call or a web site to haul for the next fire season

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It's actually 10,000 lbs not 12,000.

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Yes a class A is required for a gooseneck due to the length of your combination vehicle I ran a f450 with a 25ft 35ft and a 45ft trailer and all ofnthem require class A cdl

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Jon, you got some bad info the length does not matter it is only regulated by weight. I have held a class A for 10 years.

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I am interested in getting into this type of business. What do I need to do to get started or who do I need to contact

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I have a complete hotshot set up for sale... turnkey... 2013 ram pick up 2013 PJ 25+5 trailer with ramps onboard generator all the tarps,straps chain &binders..... custom bed in backseat, electric cooler,… .DashCam truckers GPS..,,etc. etc. I can be reached at 907–632–0449

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What kind of money would a job like this make you monthly? And would you need a cdl for your setup Don?

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Vernon young
Vernon young

How much are you asking and do you have any pics?

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Is this still available?

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Whitney Lewis
Whitney Lewis

Is this still available and how much

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Your from AK. me too.   Why are you selling?  I'm looking into this opportunity

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I would like to know more about your hot shot set up give me a call 682-365-1907

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How can I buy your truck and trailer

Harry
682-365-1907

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I have a 2006 dodge ram megacab with 210k miles, engine +  transmission rebuilted only 80 miles ago.  Both engine and transmission has one year warranty + 50 foot gooseneck trailer with three axles (  three cars hauler ).
I have this set up for sale as im leaving the country for good.
If anybody interested please contact me at:
Saam123@hotmail.com

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can i have ur number i would like to see ur equiment

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My dodge truck is 3500 duly with 5.9 Cummins diesel engine.

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I'm interested on doing this type of work part time, two days a week. I want to buy a big enough pickup truck and trailer. I already have a full time job but I want to make extra cash. Would really appreciate some good advice from anyone that has experience in this type of work. I'm from the Chicago south suburbs.

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McClain Transportation Services
McClain Transportation Services

Did you get started?

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Haven't started yet, got busy at work. But now I'm off sat-mon and want to start. Do you have any advice?

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Terry duncan
Terry duncan

I'm in Virginia and I'm interested in getting into this type of work.  Any info would gladly appreciated.

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Shane glassco
Shane glassco

Can I use a 1995 f350

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Aldo Rivera
Aldo Rivera

I want to start my own business doing hot shots on the weekends first..
Can some of yall experienced hotshots drivers give me some advise on what type of trailer (flatbed) to buy  I have 2015 2500 dodge cummins ?

Thanks

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Weekends? Um, that's not likely to work. Most shippers are open Mon-Fri only.

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Jose Morales
Jose Morales

I have a 2010 Dodge ram 3500.  And cdl whit hazmat. And i am in Dallas fort worth área. There is any company where i can put my truck to work

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McClain Transportation Services
McClain Transportation Services

I can help you put your truck to work. E-mail me, mts.mcclain1@gmail.com

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My name is Sam my number is 706 974 5904 trying to get a truck to work

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Hello,

Im starting out in the hotshot industry in the state of Florida to start off for the remaining of this year, can you help with any kind of helpful information.  Trying to learn the ropes in regards to load boards, brokers and rates. Already have my pick up truck and trailer, working on getting my insurance this week and I'm ready to get on the road.

Thank you so much

Aly  

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McClain Transportation Services, LLC McClain
McClain Transportation Services, LLC McClain

mts.mcclain1@gmail.com

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I have a f550 06 flatbed gooseneck ready. I need to puth this truck to work. Any suggestions anyone?

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Kristie Kidd
Kristie Kidd

I also have a 2010 Dodge Ram 3500, CDL A with hazmat and 4 1/2 yrs experience. I live in Killeen (Ft. Hood), TX. Can you use a driver in my area?

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Devarrio Rochelle
Devarrio Rochelle

How much you paying

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Jay McGeary
Jay McGeary

Do you guys hire hot shot trucks

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ACW TRANSPORT LLC
We are looking for Hotshots.
Please contact Andy at ACW Transport LLC
EMAIL : acwtransportllc@gmail.com
PHONE : 563-554-3458
Thank you
Andy

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Jordan rupe
Jordan rupe

Was intrested if you still looking I'm in north Texas. How much is the pay

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Jordan Rupe
please get in touch with Andy at ACW TRANSPORT LLC
PHONE : 563-554-3458
EMAIL : acwtransportllc@gmail.com
ACW TRANSPORT Can help you out with loads.
Thank you
Andy

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Johnell balca
Johnell balca

I’m currently in Houston Texas I have my own authority just need to reinstate my mc and trying to get to wor I have a ram 3500 with a 32 ft gooseneck can you lead me in the right direction I’m use to delivering household goods but want to get into hotshot thank in advance for any help you can provide

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Johnell Balca
Please contact ACW TRANSPORT LLC.
Email: acwtransportllc@gmail.com
Phone: 563-554-3458
We can help you.
Thank you
Andy

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Mark Hibdon
Mark Hibdon

I've been doing driveaway, recruiting and commercial Asset Recovery now for 18 years and bought a Cummins dully I almost have road ready but I haven't bought a trailer  yet or decided which way to go .... hotshot , cars and a wedge or a repoman sneaker lift and do repo work or combination of this work but I'm replacing 130- 150,000 a year ... Can I do it ?..lol

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I have 2015 ram 5500 and 2015 50 foot stepdeck for sale. Check western kentucky craiglist, search "hotshot" or "ram 5500" for details.

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If you are just starting up hauling cars, you need to check out CarShipIO platform for auto transport carriers.
All the tools you need when starting and managing your new company hauling cars
more info:
www.carshipio.com/.../landing

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Hello Gentlemen.....I'm trying to start my own business doing hot shot what all I need to do to get started...I don't have a cdl license can I drive with a class c license long my trailer stay at 24 feet are 32 feet....ur feed back will be appropriate....God bless u 😊 Letha

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letha as long as u don`t haul over 26000 lbs. all u need is a class c lic.

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I'm looking to get started hauling 2-3 cars within the state. I already have my USDOT number, I'm getting a ton of email & calls saying I need all kind of certifications and license. Can you tell me what my next steps are I don't don't have a CDL, but I'm not weighing over 26,001.

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McClain Transportation Services, LLC McClain
McClain Transportation Services, LLC McClain

Hello email your contact information. mts.mcclain1@gmail.com

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Lindy Blackwell
Lindy Blackwell

Hi I am interested in info on Loads, I will email you also.

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Booking a load with a broker and almost all direct shippers, will require a CDL & Authority, regardless.
Authority includes USDOT, MC, $1,000,000 liability & $100,000 in cargo insurance, etc.
Get a used truck. New ones have a $60k+ tag, that's going to cause you pressure you don't need.

Hotshot LTL rates are different from Class 8 LTL rates, so looking at the boards isn't neccesarily going to help much. Even comparing what you hear from hotshot to hotshot will vary, some book load strategically & negotiate rates, while others shoot at anything that moves.

Start with running operating expenses, and be honest with yourself. Be sure to input "drivers salary" as an expense. One, because you have to pay yourself first not last. And two, if you couldn't drive and had to have someone step in to pay bills. There's a few online calculator tools online to give you the ballparks, until you know your own numbers. I mean, one guy gets 6.7 MPG and another 11MPG. Gotta consider load weight, mountains, and...well your heavy foot, if you know what I mean.

Here's a real one-week snap shot of a carrier I have:
Week of 6/17/17-6/23/17
3 loads
load 1: 687 loaded miles / 58 deadhead
load 2: 233 loaded / 18 deadhead
load 3: 329 loaded / 0 deadhead - the week ended

1325 total miles / 1249 loaded + 76 deadhead
Gross load total for the week = $3053

Know a few other carriers that are willing to take those $1.10 rates. Wish they wouldn't. They're just racing to the 'bottom'. Freight Transportation is a commodity. And that's not the real money on the table. (ie Shipper pays Broker $5K to move a load. Broker takes a % off that for their fee. Then they shop for the lowest carrier. Let's say he finds a Carrier that takes it for $3K. Now the broker gets to keep the difference. So broker made $2K out of the deal. ***whistle** That's a shame, since that carrier took such a low rate.

Disclaimer: I do have a hotshot dispatch business, BUT, I'm on the boards/forums because I also have a CDL. I drove OTR for years. I'm an OO (owner operator) with multiple trucks. And I'm always seeing misinformation out there. I'd rather steer you right, and keep the transportation commodity in the best rates!

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Hi LTL Rig,

Can you please reach me at 786-487-7990 or email me at aly.herrera@yahoo.com

Would really like to speak with you in regards to this information you shared with us on here.  I'm starting my own hotshot business and I will be ready with in 2 weeks or so to get on the road.  Trying to get some kind of helpful information so I wont go in here blind.  
Hope to hear from you soon.

Thanks

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Medinas Logistics
Medinas Logistics

I believe that we can work something out, contact us and we can discuss how we can work together.  Thanks.

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Hey,
I just bought a truck and trailer, i finished all the papers and insurance! I honestly was aiming to do the car hauler but one pf my friends told me about hotshot and rates so i decided to do it....
But after i invested 60k$!! And made everything ready i sgined up to truckstop.com yesterday to start working and i was soooo disappointed with the numbers i saw!!! Everything for 1.60$ pm or 1.70$ pm
I even got more surprised that some brokers listed some loads from Houston TX( where i live) to NY for 800$!!!! Is that real please some one advice?? Im super confused now..

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Look at load sizes and take 2 loads at once.

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Just what to thank you for your post. Your the first one I've seen give a straight answer to what does hot shot pay. I've been OTR tractor for 20 years and last two years been doing Expedited straight truck. I'm tired of living on the road. I have a lake I rarely see. Tired of working my butt off to make someone else more money that doesn't care about if I go home or not. My wife and I drive teams we want to know if we went and bought a 1 ton used pick up. Can we make at least $3000 a month and be home 2 weeks out of the month. Maybe transport campers or buy gooseneck which ever. We live near Branson Mo. thanks for your help

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Thanks. Article about the hotshot rates of pay at LTLRIG.com Don't know about car hauling or RV transport though.

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How much can someone earn per month / per year, doing this full time? Trying to help my Dad.

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Brandon82
Good Question. There are so Many Questions i have for you to be able to Answer your question correctly.
need to know what is your truck and Trailer Hotshot i assume but 40 foot trailer?
what is your Registered Weight?
are you willing to run OTR?
if yes to OTR and your Registered at 35k or more
your mthly can be 12k gross and up.
if you have any more Questions please call me or email
EMAIL: acwtransportllc@gmail.com
PHONE: 563-554-3458
Thank you
Andy

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I drove charter buses for 15+years,and tractor trailer for 8 years otr.i want to get into this hot shot driving,not finding alot of real info about it.is it worth giving up my driving career.is the work really there.and the money really there.ive been through a few trucking companies and well not impressed with the lies.ive been with the same company now for 5years,but I want a little better freedom on the road,I wanna make a better payday,and be my own boss.i want some truth behind the facts.can you provide some real info for me.thank you jacque

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Jacque
Thank you for asking. Yes to all your Questions!!!!  If your Business is setup right with the right Equipment and you run your Business right you can Make Money.  There is a Boom in trucking 2018 is looking very Strong .
Please contact ACW TRANSPORT LLC  we can help you get setup in the Right Direction.
EMAIL: acwtransportllc@gmail.com
Phone:563-554-3458
Thank you for your Time
Andy

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I'm looking for a licensed CDL hotshot to drive autos/suvs/vans on a part-time/weekend basis in my equipment.  I will be fully up and running by August 8, 2017.  Ideally looking for someone in the Cornelius/Huntersville, NC area.  Pay is negotiable.  If you are interested please reply.  Thank you and good luck to everyone.

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i have a 2002 F350 dually flatbed and i am in the process of starting my own hot shot business in Texas. Okay so far i have the following:

1. USDOT #
2. TXDOT #
3. DBA

What else do i need to get? I'm thinking of getting a $300k insurance and i'll be starting just in Texas.

Thank you,

Alex

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Hi good morning,

I am starting my own HotShot business in Houston Tx. I already have my USDOT, TXDOT AND DBA. What else do i need to get rolling? I will be operating a 2002 F350 Dually flatbed.

TexasLoadMasters@gmail.com

Alex

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Vaughn Seay
Vaughn Seay

Hi my name is Vaughn I live in Philadelphia  I have a flatbed trailer that I can pull up to 8000 pounds of weight I have my CDL  I have my USDOT and my MC number I have my insurance but it's hard to find work in this area can anyone help me that knows this area  I have a duly truck my trailer is 35 feet long

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Medinas Logistics
Medinas Logistics

Contact Medinas Logistics, we have loads for your area.  

http://www.medinaslogistics.com

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Medinas Logistics
Medinas Logistics

I have work available for you right now.  If you like to work for us, contact us asap and we'll put you to work right away.  We need drivers from Philadelphia, we can negotiate what works better for you.

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Stephen Carter
Stephen Carter

I am thinking about starting my new hot shot business, what do I need and can I still use my CDL license

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Hey guys,  hot shots - yes or no, it depends but in general, they pay well. I see a lot of car haulers go there, but at the same time I myself do very good in car hauling. What happens usually is when you have customers and stay connected with them, take big quality loads and organize your work, paperwork you actually start winning and making more money.
You probably need to do the same thing in hot shots as well - organization, loads, get paid - rinse and repeat.
Just wanted to share on how I got better at it with a system that's named CarShipIO. been using for 1 year already and basically it helps you track your loads, stay on top of invoicing, BOL's, you pretty much stay connected with your customers, know your trips/numbers/performance.
Then they have an app and you can do an inspection of the vehicle right from your tablet/device and do an electronic bill of lading with your customers/receivers ( actually a lot of them start loving it).
Just check them out here  http://www.carshipio.com/Home/Landing
Hope you guys make money in either hots shots or car hauling Smile


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Current boom is better than 2004 trucking boom! woot woot!
We're averaging $3 a mile now.
dually truck with a 40' gooseneck - specifically 35ft deck + 5ft hydraulic ramps
At 2500+ miles per week.

Don't know about the car, rv or dog hauling. But we're busy as heck with dry freight, equipment, machinery.

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Would like to ask you where are you getting your loads at? Load Board? Broker? or Direct Shipper?
$3 per/mile for LTL is Dam Good.
Just woundering
Thank you

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Andy, we get loads from all those places. We don't run cheap freight. Wish more folks would say no to those low rates. We still running high this past week, but I can see the volume slowing down some. It's that time of year. We do direct shipper, brokers - mostly those we've used before, and load boards when we have to. The boards are skewed though...that's another story.

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Hey All,

     I'm thinking about jumping in.  Can anyone put me n touch with a reputable broker in the Kansas City / St Joseph / Topeka area....

Thanks

Bob

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Medinas Logistics
Medinas Logistics

If you like to get on the road fast, contact Medinas Logistics, we will put you up to date with what you need to go on the road and make good money while doing so.  Don't let nobody pay you with low blows, contact us for more information.

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Eduardo cisneros
Eduardo cisneros

Arhat do I need to start my own hot shot business. I have 2011 dodge 3500.

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Rsy McDonald
Rsy McDonald

Simply we care about our drivers! Come see why in our Carriers page on our website.
insurelogistic.com

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Medinas Logistics
Medinas Logistics

Medinas Logistics is looking to hire drivers with hotshot trailers and CDL license with all DOT regulations up to date.  If you are interested, please be sure to contact us for more information.  Thank you.

http://www.medinaslogistics.com

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If you work for some one Basically drive their vehicle how much would the driver make if you’re working under someone

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Each carrier can create their own deal, but the majority do this:
Driver, using the carrier's truck and trailer, makes 26-30% of the GL. Carrier pays for everything, including fuel.
Driver in own truck, using carrier's trailer, makes 60-65%. Driver pays for everything, except some/all insurance.
Driver in own truck & trailer, makes 70-80%. Driver pays everything, except some/all insurance.
Many carriers also have additional fees, so ask.
Also, if you're paid a % of the GL, they are supposed to show you the rate sheet. So often they don't. This is often a point of contention and why drivers feel short-changed.
Some carriers will also say no-forced loads, but they are doing the dispatching and somehow you're OTR for like 3 weeks. Ask lots of questions. Try to talk to a current driver.
For a major carrier, a company driver is an employee (w-2), but most of the hotshot carriers will 1099 you.

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Thank you sir for the info

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Medinas Logistics
Medinas Logistics

Medinas Logistics is looking to hire gooseneck trailer drivers and drivers with flatbed asap.  If you are interested in driving out of State.  I have good paying loads available right now.  Contact us for more info, and I'm talking $1000 dollars or better per load.   There are those ocassional deadheads, but you can bypass those or choose to run them. Thank you.

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How much  do your loads pay per mile a 1000.00 /load is GOOD ONLY if that is 2.00/mile or BETTER..!!

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Medinas Logistics
Medinas Logistics

We are looking to hire drivers in all areas of the State of Florida, if you own a gooseneck trailer or a flatbed, please contact Medinas Logistics.

http://www.medinaslogistics.com

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Medina’s
You guys still looking hot shot O/O on Florida area?
Thanks

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Medinas Logistics
Medinas Logistics

You welcome to everyone who has shown interest, and to those who took the time to read our message.  Thanks and enjoy the rest of your day.

Sincerely,
Manuel

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I've got a driver with 3500 dually and CDL-A.
Looking for another carrier to run under. He's been running hotshot OTR.
Current carrier requires him to use their 35+5 gooseneck, so he doesn't have a trailer. Based in Houston. Goes OTR 14 days.
Anyone interested please let me know. I'll provide his information.

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I'm a driver with CDL-A & Hazmat. I have a Dodge 3500. I was leased on with another company that closed up suddenly. Any one needing a driver in the Killeen, TX area please call 512-965-0218. Thank you.

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Medinas Logistics
Medinas Logistics

Looking to hire experience drivers with a flatbed from California.

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I have 2015 ram 5500 and 2015 50 foot stepdeck w/ authority for sale. Check western kentucky craiglist, search "hotshot" or "ram 5500" for details or call 270.227.5995.

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I have a 1992 f29 desiel and want to hot shot .I have my CDL but I don't know why trailer to go with ...how can I start up?

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I have 2012 ford f350 power stroke diesel ready to hit the road need to know if I need a bumper pull flat bed or a goose neck trailer and what length. don't have a cdl so from talking to other peoples I know I can pull 10,000 lbs. had cdl for years turned them in about 4 yrs. ago. for cdl 1 or a cdl will I have to take the test again. your help will be thankfully.                                                      

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William,
Get a gooseneck. 35ft + 5ft mega ramps. Min load capacity 15K. CDL is required if your trailer and cargo are over 10K...chances are your trailer alone is gonna be half or more of that, leaving you very small cargo capacity to stay under the 10k mark. Go renew your CDL.
If not, you're looking at moving parcel. I don't move parcel, but I understand the rates are $2-3 per mile - but SHORT miles. So big picture, you're not making as much. That's what I hear from those doing it.

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Rsy McDonald
Rsy McDonald

All hot shot carriers we're looking for you! We want to give you lanes that will have you home possibly the same day as drop off. Check us out insurelogistic.com/carriers/

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Tachery Conley
Tachery Conley

What state are you in?

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william burden
william burden

I live in Georgia

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ACW TRANSPORT LLC
DISPATCHING HOTSHOTS  WITH OR WITH OUT YOUR AUTHORITY!!!!!     WE HAVE DIRECT SHIPPERS ALONG WITH TRUSTED BROKERS.  LOADS PAYING UP TO $4.00 PER MILE WITH OUR DIRECT SHIPPERS.... PLEASE EMAIL:  acwtransportllc@gmail.com
or Phone 563-554-3458
THANK YOU FOR YOUR TIME
ANDY
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Jay McGeary
Jay McGeary

You are paying 4 a mile feel free to contact me at mcgeary92@yahoo.com

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Tachery Conley
Tachery Conley

Hi, what state do you have work for?

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We have lanes in the North East , Midwest, South east,
Please feel free to email
acwtransportllc@gmail.com
thank you Andy

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Yes I live in El Paso tx and I an just a driveer it not my truck I just drive it

But I am wondering what would be a good rate right now I am only making 0.16 a mil I think that to low

Some onsite on this would be grateful thank u

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John, not sure I'd roll out of bed for 0.16
If the carrier provides equipt (truck/trailer), insurance, fuel, permits and any other costs...I'd still think you'd get 26-30% of the shipper rate...which is more than 0.16  Do you run OTR or local? Either way, you need to be making more $$

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I run out of towen 620 pluse some

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No most of the time I am out of town 620 mil plus some on one run

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I have a 2016 Dodge Ram 3500 Laramie and a 3-4 car Quality trailer with winch.  Looking for a CDL driver to pick-up and deliver cars on a part-time basis.  May be an ideal job for someone who doesn't need or want full-time work?  I have a couple of good customers that I have regular loads from but not every day. I pay competitive rate using  my equipment.  I live in the northern suburbs of Charlotte, NC.  If you are interested or know someone dependable and trustworthy please have them contact me via return email @ jmverg15912@gmail.com  Thanks all.

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Tachery Conley
Tachery Conley

Hi, I’m looking for hot shot work in the Houston, will travel within Texas, possibly further, any suggestions on how to get work, I have my own truck/setup????

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Tachery Conley
ACW TRANSPORT LLC
DISPATCHING HOTSHOTS
PLEASE EMAIL OR PHONE
EMAIL: acwtransportllc@gmail.com
PHONE:563-554-3458
thank you for your Time.
Andy

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Curtis schoonover
Curtis schoonover

I need a decent dispatcher or broker for hauling under 26,000 lb safety and Interstate compliant 316-300-3446 if no answer please leave a message

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I'm looking for a driving job any help?

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my name is Gabriel Montero i have a box truck international 2011 26"  13 high under 26.000  I have my DOT and MC active I'm looking to start ASAP in the business someone now how can I call? I'm from DELAWARE

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Hey there, I am in northeast Wyoming, anyone think hot shotting would be worth a go here? There are a couple outfits already in operation, but they just do local, about 60 miles round trip.

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just got my authority ,,im in louisville,KY area.can haul 10,000 or less with plates.would like to drive around this area to begin with,need help with dispach,set up trips and ,,bdc8499@aol.com
twentysix transport llc,,tks for any help on this

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anyone can help me to get a driving job?
I want to drive hot shot carrier I live in California and do I need cdl?
I will go for the job anywhere in the usa
  

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I'm looking for a job
I want to drive hot shot carrier or gooseneck or 26f box long distance
I live in California but I will go for the job anywhere in the usa
I have class c with clean dmv record  
this is my email >>  skyearth9999@gmail.com
or call me at 510-640-2621 any time my name is moe
thanks

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